After the Daily Mail Australia reported that Jodie Haydon had made posts supporting the strike by teachers and changing the date of Australia Day, she deactivates her LinkedIn profile

After the Daily Mail Australia reported that Jodie Haydon had made posts supporting the strike by teachers and changing the date of Australia Day, she deactivates her LinkedIn profile

After the Daily Mail Australia reported that Jodie Haydon had made posts supporting the strike by teachers and changing the date of Australia Day, she deactivated her LinkedIn profile.

As the Prime Minister’s partner, the 43-year-old had stated she intended to refrain from offering political comments; nonetheless, she utilized her LinkedIn account to openly express her liberal opinions.

She requested that Australia Day be moved last year in a statement that stated: “Sovereignty has never been ceded.” Aboriginal land has always been and always will be.

She has also backed asylum seekers, advocated for teacher wage increases, and hailed vocal feminist Grace Tame as an inspiration in her posts.

Her LinkedIn profile appears to have been cancelled after Daily Mail Australia published an article regarding Ms. Haydon’s political views, with the website stating on Friday that “This page doesn’t exist.”

It was emphasized by sources that she and the PM shouldn’t be expected to hold the same opinions when the Prime Minister’s office declined to comment on her LinkedIn activity.

Ms. Haydon, a former finance employee, has gained notoriety when she met Mr. Albanese at a Labor rally in 2020, when he was the Opposition Leader.

This week, while traveling with him on a vacation paid for by the taxpayer to attend NATO summits in Spain, she mingled with world leaders and European aristocracy.

Spanish Queen Letizia and the daughter of school teachers, who was born in Bankstown, western Sydney, were seen grinning together on Wednesday in Sergovia, a Romanesque city north of Madrid.

Later, she posed for pictures with the partners of other world leaders, including US First Lady Jill Biden, who is traveling with her granddaughters Maisy and Finnegan.

Ms. Haydon, a Labor member who has never run for public office, is currently employed by the NSW Public Service Association as a women’s officer.

She published a cartoon of an Aboriginal rights activist on LinkedIn last year with the caption: “Sovereignty has never been ceded.” Aboriginal land has always been and always will be. Treaty #changethedate #ulurustatementfromtheheart

Since the British First Fleet claimed the territory after arriving at Sydney Cove in 1788, many Indigenous protesters want Australia Day to be changed from January 26. They argue that colonization deprived Aboriginal people of their lands.

The Prime Minister, who said the date should not be changed during the election campaign, holds a different perspective on the topic than Ms. Haydon.

Instead of engaging in culture wars, one of the things we need to do is look for ways to bring Australia together. It’s really ineffective,’ he declared.

While unlike the US first lady, the Australian prime minister’s partner does not hold any official positions, it is common for them to join significant international or intrastate travels.

Former superannuation fund employee Ms. Haydon backed teachers who went on strike in NSW in December over pay and workload.

“I support the dedicated public educators in New South Wales. Please,” she wrote.

Additionally, Ms. Haydon applauded the Fair Work Commission’s decision last month to grant employees 10 days of paid domestic abuse leave.

This is why I’m glad to work for the union movement, which has steadfastly fought for better working conditions, the woman stated. Those who are suffering at the hands of a violent partner will notice a huge difference as a result of this.

Ms. Haydon has frequently tweeted about women’s safety and gender equality. She has also been outspoken about Australia’s welcome of refugees.

She posted a touching article from NSW Police last week about a Vietnamese immigrant who worked as a detective in Sydney, saying: “This is a tale that highlights the success of refugees coming to Australia and contributing to society in such a positive way.”

Only Julia Gillard and her now-ex-partner, hairdresser Tim Mathieson, were the other unmarried couple to receive the keys to the prime minister’s residences before Ms. Haydon and Mr. Albanese.

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